In recent weeks, the list of clubs interested in Manchester City striker Rubén Sobrino has grown and grown. Genoa, Real Betis, Sevilla and Deportivo La Coruña have all been reported to want the 24-year-old, signed for just £200,000 last summer before being loaned out to Girona.
An update from Diari de Girona today reveals two more suitors for the former Real Madrid youth product, who has certainly turned heads with some of his performances in Spain’s Segunda División.
Premier League club Stoke City are one of two new clubs to be mentioned by the newspaper, which believes it will be almost impossible for the player to continue at Girona following their failure to reach La Liga.
In addition to Stoke, another La Liga side, Las Palmas, have also entered the running for the in-demand forward, who they see as a replacement for Willian José. Manchester City have received at least one cash offer for Sobrino, it is reported, and could stand to make a significant profit on the player, just as they look set to with another loanee, Florian Lejeune.